The Clery Act is a consumer protection law that aims to provide transparency around campus crime policy and statistics. Schools should inform students, parents, potential students, employees, and potential employees of the crimes that are occurring on and around campus. The Clery Act has several requirements to which colleges and universities must adhere. These requirements include, but are not limited to:
- Publishing an Annual Fire Safety and Security Report (see below) by October 1 each year.
- Provide crime notifications/timely warnings about Clery Act crimes that may pose a serious or ongoing threat to students and employees.
Please see the Clery Overview page for additional details regarding the Clery Act and its requirements.
If you experience discrimination or retaliation, or if you are aware of any form of discrimination or retaliation, please make a report. Reports help us track patterns and improve how we educate the campus and help prevent discrimination at MU.
Annual Fire Safety and Security Reports
Relationship and sexual violence prevention
Mizzou Bystander Intervention Initiative
The University of Missouri is committed to creating a healthy and safe environment for all students. We are utilizing a new in-person training program, Mizzou Bystander Intervention Initiative, to promote community connectedness and civic engagement with the overall goal of empowering students to get involved in situations where they can prevent, reduce, or respond to harm. Mizzou Bystander Intervention Initiative works to address multiple, interconnected issues including alcohol and other drug use, issues of bias and discrimination, interpersonal violence, and mental well-being.
The Clery Act requires that institutions provide crime notifications/timely warnings about Clery Act crimes that may pose a serious or ongoing threat to students and employees.